September 30, 2009

Pure Sensia Radio Allows Social Networking


Pure will soon be launching Sensia, the first DAB digital and Internet radio with a handy 5.7" 640 x 480 color touchscreen and WiFi streaming. With the company's Clearsound technology for 30W RMS of stereo sound, it has plug-in applications for social networking that include Twitter, Facebook and Picasa. The Sensia will become available at the end of October for £249 (~$400.00.)

Via Sensia

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September 30, 2009

SE SensMe Auto-On Earphones


What if your headphones knew when to turn on? Surprise. Sony Ericsson uses SensMe technology so that their earbuds begin to play music when you place them in your ear. Of course they will also work with phone calls, so when you take them out, the call or tune is ended. Reading up on the site explains the phenom named Fast Port that allows the MH907s to be activated by body contact. Gimmicky? You betcha, but kewl nonetheless.

Via Sony Ericsson

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September 29, 2009

The AntennaWeb Mapping Program

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We found a dandy little site set up by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) and the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) that locates the best antenna for you in your area, whether you have a home satellite system, HDTV or analog set. Put in your zip code/address and it will also locate stations that you should be receiving since the digital transition as well as the best placement of an antenna.

Via AntennaWeb

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September 29, 2009

Amazon Launches Basics Brand


Not content with carrying almost every electronic device on the planet, Amazon has launched its own name brand, AmazonBasics. They offer CDs, DVDs and cables for now, but expect an expansion in the future. Prices are competitive and the company includes its Frustration-Free packaging.

Via AmazonBasics

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September 28, 2009

Find Out What The Internet Thinks of You


If you would like to see your Internet life flash before your eyes, try MIT's Personas Web. The application uses your name and algorithms to check references about you, then rapidly lets you know how the Internet sees you. Note that if your name is common, there will be information on others mixed in, but it certainly beats Google for coming up with aspects that you didn't think anyone noticed.

The one above is a partial gauge of yours truly. We are wondering where the fame and military parts come in. This is a Must Application for you to try. Then insert names of your friends, family and others for a really fun trip.

Via Personas Web

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Haier Portable TV


We were hunting around online for a new TV antenna (the cat ate the last one) and we inadvertently found the present day version of a portable TV.

The Haier TV has a 7" LCD screen that works in both 16:9 and 4:3 aspect ratios. It has a built-in ATSC/NTSC tuner and detachable antenna. The HLT71 is also connectible to other devices with coaxial output and audio/video jack. Add to that a built-in twin speaker system and headphone jack, and this truly is a portable system. The TV comes with a rechargeable Li-polymer battery that has a life of 2.5 hours, remote, and AC and car adapters.

Via Haier Portable TV

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September 25, 2009

Freakin' Friday! DockStar Provides Your Personal Cloud


Funny how buzzwords get started and run rampant very quickly. Seagate, the parent company of FreeAgent wants you to know that you can create your own storage "cloud" with their DockStar. Plug it into your router, upload images and video to social networking sites, then tell your family and friends to get updated via custom RSS feeds. The device also has three USB ports for expansion and comes with a year's worth of Pogoplug service (normally $29.00 per year.)

Via Seagate Dockstar

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Sanyo Rectangular Albo Frame


Sanyo has a new digital frame with 7" LCD. The Albo has a 800x480 resolution, 500MB of memory and 0.5 mono speakers. Supporting SD/SDHC, Memory Stick and USB, the frame can play JPEGs, MP3s and Motion-JPEG videos. We like the design that proves that a digital frame doesn't have to be a square (well, rectangle) to be cool.

Via Akihabara News

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September 24, 2009

Shinco Multimedia Player


How many functions can a company put in one box? In Shinco's case, it is an HD Multimedia Player with radio, photo viewer, ebook, alarm clock, voice recorder and speaker. With a 4.5" TFT LCD, it supports JEPG, GIF, MP1, MP2, MP3, WMA, WMV, WAV, FLAC, AVI and RMVB files and can be connected to your MP3 player, notebook or PSP. There are lots of play options, it has support for SD / SDHC / MMC cards and runs on 4AA batteries (not included.) The player is available for $99.00.

Via Brando

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Loop Your Presentation


Hillcrest Labs' Loop acts as a remote for your PC and is especially handy for those connected to a TV or projector. Plug the wireless receiver into your USB port, get a grip on the in-air mouse and click on objects onscreen, even across a room. The thumb has access to buttons that include "select" and "back" and a scroll wheel. The Loop can be used with PC, Mac, Windows Media Center, Apple TV and with PowerPoint presenters.

Via Hillcrest Lab Loop

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September 23, 2009

Belkin Home Base Connects 4


We dig it when we hear almost vague statistics such as this one from ABI on Business Wire, "The amount of people adopting home networking technology has grown from just over one-third of US households in 2006 to over 50 percent in 2008."

Be that as it may, it is certainly possible with so many new devices making that possible, such as Belkin's Home Base. It can connect up to 4 USB 2.0 devices wirelessly on an existing network via Ethernet, including printers, external hard drives, Xbox 360 and PS3. It automatically backs up files, and can share photos on sites such as Flickr and Picasa. With push button WPS security and 802.11b/g/n device compatibility, the base can be pre-ordered for $129.99.

Via Belkin Home Base

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Philips Muse, Portable Tunes and More


Philips has unveiled their GoGear Muse portable video player with 32 GB memory. It features a 3" screen and support for BMP, GIF, PNG, Ogg Vorbis, APE, Real Video, and Real Audio formats. With 25 hrs. of audio playback or 5 hrs. of video, the player is packed with a 20-station preset FM tuner, the ability to create playlists or delete on the device and a folder for organizing and viewing. The Muse come with HD headphones with noise canceling ability and 3 interchangeable ear caps.

Via Philips GoGear Muse

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September 22, 2009

FCC Calls For Internet Neutrality


FCC chairman Julius Genachowski wants free and equal web traffic. He would like to prohibit discrimination against any Internet access provider so that firms that can pay will not have a priority over those who do not. We expect this will be a long drawn out fight (you know who you are,) so hang on for a bumpy ride. At least he has the blessing of the Pres., who appointed him in the first place. Read the entire speech he gave at Brookings Institute in Washington on the FCC's new Open Internet beta site.

Via Open Internet

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Apple TV 40GB Dropped, 160GB Model Price Lowered


If you were thinking of purchasing an Apple TV, note that the company has dropped their 40GB model completely and lowered the price on the high end 160GB device. The device has been marked down $100.00.

Via Apple TV

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September 21, 2009

Networking With Contact Lens


This may not be NAV's usual forte, but we thought it appropriate when we really thought about it. Since 2004, scientists and eye surgeons at the University of Washington have been working on a contact lens that features a built-in LED and will wirelessly monitor vital signs. In addition, it may some day have an interface for social networking and gaming. The team integrated miniature antennas, radio chips and control circuits using optoelectronic components that may eventually display images, words and charts.


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HP DreamScreens Do More Than Slide Shows


HP has released their 10" DreamScreen 100 with 2GB storage and input of photos, portable drives or networked PC. It also features Internet radio, Facebook access, a music player, weather reports and a clock. With a built-in speaker and WiFi, the digital frame also has a larger sibling, the 13.3" DreamScreen 130.

Via HP DreamScreens

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September 20, 2009

Review: OrigAudio Portable Speaker System

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We mentioned OrigAudio's Portable Speaker System last week, so when they kindly sent me a pair of them I couldn't wait to put them to the test. The speakers, and outer wrapper are made of recycled pizza boxes, newspaper, phone books, etc. They come flat-packed and you put them together. The cord is long enough to spread out a bit and can connect to any device with a mini-headphone jack.

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I admit I am not the most agile, but I got the 3" Flowers Cubes put together in only a few minutes. They seem so eco-friendly and the design is quite artsy. The material is heavy cardboard but is not as delicate as they appear. I hooked up my iPod and noted that I had to turn up the volume. I was pleasantly surprised by the sound quality and lack of snap, crackle or pop.

The downfall of earlier iPods is the lack of speakers and the earbuds are so uncomfortable. These speakers have now taken permanent residence on my workdesk, which means that my iPod can come back out of the closet permanently.

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The speakers are portable and can be refolded for travel, a good thing if you are moving, not so good if you travel constantly. They are cardboard, after all.

The only drawbacks I can see is remembering not to leave them out in the rain and constant folding that would result in a weakness. But hey, at a mere $16.00 for a pair, you could always recycle those order another set. Maybe OrigAudio can come up with a set that you can only need to re-order the outer box.

In the meantime, order a pair in one of 5 limited edition designs or get the "Canvas" that you can design yourself. The OrigAudio Cubes are proof positive that you can help save the planet and play your tunes with a pair of speakers that look good, sound good, and don't cost a fortune. Check out our test drive after the break.

(Thanks, Teryl)

Via OrigAudio

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September 18, 2009

Freakin' Friday! Sony S Series Walkman W/ Speaker


No more uncomfortable earbuds. Sony has released its fine-looking new S-540 Series Walkman that comes with built-in stereo speakers. It has a high-contrast 2.4" QVGA LCD screen, fast response and plays at 30 fps. The Walkman has up to 42 hours of audio play time or 6.5 hrs. of video playback. Loading is simple drag and drop from a PC. Available in several colors, pre order the 8GB model or the 16GB player. You can find a less expensive E-340 Series in 8GB and 16GB models.

Via Sony Style

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Crosley Table Clock Retro, Yet Modern


Looking like something from the 60's in aqua, the Crosley Table Alarm Clock has AM/FM, alarm with snooze, the usual knobs and controls and an additional gimmick. Made of stainless steel and plastic, the device has a speaker on the top and can support MP3 players with its rear plug. The radio is available for $58.00.

Via Urban Outfitters

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September 17, 2009

Talk to The Hand


Using the gesture "call me" with fingers has inspired the Argentinian design team BCK. Color Rings, a speaker and mic combo, can be worn on thumb and pinkie. The prototype is wireless, has sensors and answers incoming calls by finger manipulation. Hanging up is as simple as making a fist.


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Logitech to Debut Squeezebox Touch and Radio


Logitech has two more additions to its Squeezebox line. The Touch directly connects to your stereo and will play all your digital tunage as well as stream Internet music via WiFi. It also has a 4.3" touchcreen, an SD card slot and USB port for downloading extras.


The Squeezebox Radio is a standalone with integrated speaker. It plays mostly like the Touch, sans the SD and USB ability. You can also use it for Internet radio and social networking, so tweet away.

Via Logitech Squeezebox

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September 16, 2009

Lady Gaga's Heartbeats


Dr. Dre, move over. Monster, the company that came out with the singer's Beats, has now introduced "Heartbeats by Lady Gaga." Available in black, red or silver, the buds will be out in October and feature ControlTalk, a built-in mic and remote for the iPhone 3GS and iPod shuffle. The flat cord keeps them tangle-free and each comes in its own travel case. Prices will range from $99.95 to $149.95. We like the looks but don't quite get the hype:

"Heartbeats by Lady Gaga are holistically designed to deliver the soundtrack of your life with clarity and power, as well as satisfy your passion for fashion."

Via Heartbeats

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Palm Pre Available for Mini-Bucks


Aching to get on to the Palm Pre bandwagon? The smartphone is now available on Amazon at an incredibly low price with a new service phone plan. With a full QWERTY keyboard and 3.1 color touchscreen, the Pre has web OS with Synergy technology to automatically combine contacts and calendars together. Of course it has WiFi, a 3 megapixel cam with LED flash and 8GB storage. You might save enough to buy a couple of accessories.

Via Palm Pre and Accessories

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September 15, 2009

People of Walmart Truly Unique


We had to share the site People of Walmart. We know that it is with fondness that they post images of some of the oddities that grace the aisles and parking lot (dig the flaming shoes!) Started by a couple that saw someone there that seemed unique, the site has an ongoing contest that will award the best photo a $100.00 gift card per month, from Wallyworld, of course.

Via People of Walmart

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Tascam CD Player With iPod Dock


Tascam has come up with a rack-mountable CD player with built-in iPod dock. The CD-200i has a TEAC CD-5020A transport, a smooth loading drawer, front panel navigation buttons and comes with wireless remote. The player has an S-video jack for video output and PDIF digital out and supports MP3 and WAV files.

Via Fareast Gizmos

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September 14, 2009

Asus uBoom and uBoom Q Speakers


Asus recently launched a multimedia speaker series designed for notebooks. The aluminum uBoom and uBoom Q connect by USB 2.0 and are about half the size of most speakers. The uBoom also doubles as a notebook dock with more air flow for better heat dispersion.


Via Asus

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Steve Jobs Intros New iPods


Say hello to the new iPod nano, unveiled last week by Steve Jobs at the Apple Music Event. With a built-in camera, mic and speaker you can get the new nanosin 8GB and 16GB. Other news included a new 8GB iPod touchthat will be out during the holidays with a less expensive price as well as 32GB and 64 GB models, the latter two with voice control. The iTunes store has been updated as well.

Via Apple's New iPods

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September 11, 2009

Freakin' Friday! Holla for the Beatles!


The memory of The Beatles lives on with the release of their Rock Band this week, as it is practically a historic account of their rise to fame from the beginning at the Cavern Club in 1963. It's hard to believe that it has been almost 50 years since their appearance on the music scene that practically changed the course of music. Abbey Road, Rubber Soul and Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band will also be downloadable in the month to come.

Available for Wii, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360, Rock Band is available as a standalone, Guitar Bundle and Limited Edition with bass, drums, mic and stand.


A remastered digital Boxed Set that comes with a DVD of 13 mini-documentaries is also available for those who just want to listen and/or watch.

Via Rock Band: The Beatles

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OrigAudio Fold 'n Play Speakers

OrigAudio combines art, music and origami with their Fold n' Play 3" Speakers. They come in several different designs as well as one that you can make your own. Because of their slimness and portability, you can slip one into a laptop sleeve. The speakers work with any audio source that has a headphone jack, are made of recycled materials, need no external power supply and have a price of $16.00 a pair or $60.00 if you order a 6-pack.

(Thanks, Teryl)

Via OrigAudio

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September 10, 2009

MP3 Player Disguised as Cassette


This may look like a cassette but it is an MP3 stereo player that can be put in your car stereo and play tunes from an SD card. It can also work as a stand alone player or a SD/MMC card reader when attached to your PC. The player features auto music search, has a built-in rechargeable Lithium ion battery and can be charged via USB. It comes with mini USB cable, car charger and 3.5mm earphone at a price of $22.00.

Via Brando

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Harmony 700 Universal Remote is Rechargeable


The Harmony 700 is no ordinary remote. The company has made it rechargeable so you never have to worry about extra batteries should you be in the middle of a weekend movie marathon. The remote features fave channel icons and commands with one-touch buttons. This universal control can work with up to 6 different electronic components and Logitech says it will support over 225,000 devices from more than 5,000 brands.

Via Harmony Remotes

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September 9, 2009

Wii Offers Free Internet Channel


Wii owners will be pleased to note that Nintendo has made their Internet channel available at no charge. Downloadable from the Wii Shop Channel, users can check email, net surf, and it now supports Adobe Flash. Those who previously paid for the service will get a free NES download as compensation.

Via Nintendo

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Onkyo Top O' The Line Receiver


If you are thinking of investing in more advanced equipment, Onkyo has almost halved the price of their new Onkyo RC160. The 7.2-channel receiver has a one-cable connection and 5 HDMI 1.3a for Blu-ray, gaming consoles and set top boxes. The company's Audyssey equalization and Faroudja deinterlacing technologies are included in the package along with Dolby sound and connectivity for PMPs and HD Radio.

Via Onkyo Receivers

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September 8, 2009

BlueDot Digital Frame Features TV Tuner


This is no ordinary digital frame. The BlueDot BTV-1000W has a WSVGA resolution (1024x600) and a memory card reader like others, but it also has a 1Seg TV tuner. The 10" frame also has an A/V input to allow usage of DVD player, PMP or mobile game console. It goes on sale the end of September for about ¥25000 (~$269.00.)

Via Akihabara News

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Sonos Learns to Tweet


Lots of businesses are using Twitter and, as of last week, Sonos Systems' Software 3.1 has jumped into the fray. Users of the system can post about music from their controller, including the name and artist of the tune. While it is in limited beta for now, it will be available to all in the fall. You can follow them on Twitter at @sonos.

Via Sonos

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September 7, 2009

GE Brings Good Things to Patients


GE is working on a Wireless Patient Monitoring System that gets information from sensors to nurses stations or other locations. Working with the FCC, they are developing a vendor-neutral frequency band for communication. The BSNs collect information such as temperature, blood pressure, blood glucose and electrocardiogram readings in real time. This will certainly be a fine alternative to all the wires and finger connections now used in hospitals.

Via Businesswire

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Denon Blu-ray Player is Super-Compatible


Denon's DVD-A1UDCI Blu-ray Player is certainly state of the art. It can play DVDs, CDs, SACD and DVD Audio formats and is BD-Live Ready. Outputs include HDMI, stereo analog, an extra audio and it upconverts 16 bit video to 32 bit. There's more. It is also compatible with AVCHD, MP3, WMA, AAC, and DivX files and can display JPEGs. Look for a state of the art $4,500.00 price.

Via Denon

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September 4, 2009

Freakin' Friday! WD HD Mini Media Player


Western Digital has unveiled a smaller, cheaper less expensive TV HD Media Player. Designed to playback media stored on a USB or portable drive, the digital content can be played in up to 1080i HD on an HDTV. At a size of 2.8 x 1.6 x 3.2", the mini player, like its larger brother, can play music, video and photos and supports most formats including RMVB. Compatible with storage devices, cameras and camcorders, it has component and composite video output as well as digital optical audio output via SPDIF.

Via Western Digital

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Nokia Money Service to Come in 2010


Nokia plans to launch a mobile financial service next year based on Obopay, a mobile payment platform that the phone maker invested in earlier this year. Instead of a bank account, users will be charged a fee for each payment of the service that uses text messages and mobile Internet access. Chief Development Officer Mary McDowell said that there are "4 billion mobile phone users globally but only 1.6 billion bank accounts and 1 billion credit cards."

Via PC Mag

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September 3, 2009

NJ Retailer Gives Cash for Electronic Clunkers


While cash for clunkers may be over, it didn't take long for Talk of the Town in New Jersey to offer credit on outdated electronics for the purchase of a plasma screen, LCD, projector, Blu-ray player, speakers, receiver or processor. Order some seating and they will haul that old Lazyboy away. Unlike the clunker deal, the company says that it will try to donated the discarded electronics. We hope other businesses will get the hint and do the same.

Via Home Theater Mag

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Barnes & Noble Offers Free ebook Download


Barnes & Noble has their own idea of what an ebook should be. Their application is a free download that allows you to read titles on your PC, Mac, Blackberry or iPhone. Undoubtedly in an effort to promote that and keep in competition with the Kindle, the company has teamed with AT&T to offer free, unlimited WiFi in all of their stores, although there was limited usage prior to now. In addition, those who take advantage of the program will have access to over 700,000 titles, coupons, new title announcements and dates of book signings.

Via Barnes & Noble

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September 2, 2009

Blockbuster Sees Decline in Subscribers


It seems that Blockbuster continues to be beleaguered by problems. Its latest 10-Q reports that rental revenues have had a $76.3 million decrease in by-mail and a 30% decline in by-mail subscribers. While the company claimed it had about 3 million subscribers in 2007, a recent estimate puts that figure between 1 and 1.25 million now. We know that every time we drive by one or any of our other local video rental stores we have noticed that the amount of cars in the parking lot has lessened.

Via Zatz Not Funny

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MLB.TV Available on Roku


MLB.TV Premium subscribers will now be able to watch games on their Roku. Included are out-of-market games as well as access to on demand from the week. Of course, your Roku can be used to pause, fast forward, rewind and resume to replay that unassisted triple play endless times for any family member that missed the first 600 viewings on TV. The player should automatically update with the new channel and if you are not yet a MLB.TV subscriber, it will cost you $35.00.

Via Roku

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September 1, 2009

SmartFrame RDK Compatible with Windows 7


WonderMedia Technologies has announced the they are working on a SmartFrame Reference Design Kit (RDK,) which may be the first Digital Photo Frame (DPF) Digital Media Renderer (DMR) to be compatible with Windows 7. The DPF's "Play to" one-touch feature will have access to photos, email, games, video, news and other webbish activities.

Via IT Wire

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Monthly Round Up - August 2009

We have reached September in spite of ourselves with all kinds of NAV stuff and more to come as we get closer to the holiday season. Our thanks to Tina Shely, Neil Richardson, Kara Lineal, Malinder Waller, Road Dog Online, Florine Jacobson, Josefa Holbrook, Rachael Hines, ipod lover, Amalia Bright, lundqvist, Tech Guys, Social TV, Aura Hile, Shop with BB card and Wax FM
Vinyl for joining us on Twitter.

Audio Devices

Audio Streaming

Blu-ray Players

Digital Frame

Freakin' Friday

Game Console Streaming


Hands On Review

Home Networking

Home Theater

Image Streaming

Internet Radio

Internet Video

Media Center

Media Extender

Netflix Streaming


PC to TV A/V Streaming

Portable Media

Press Release

Remote Control


Speaker Systems

Steals and Deals

TV Streaming

USB Devices

Video Devices

Video Streaming

Wired Home

Wireless Headphones

Wireless Internet Adapter

Wireless Music

Wireless Network

Wireless Speakers

iPhone Streaming

iPod Streaming

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PlayOn the Internet With Game Consoles


Playstation 3, Xbox 360, Moxi HD DVR and other DLNA/UPnP supported devices can now watch Internet channels with PlayOn and a LAN connection. The service also allows stored digital photos, music and videos from your PC. The company recently added Nintendo Wii capability and is offering a 14 day free trial. If you like what you view, a license will set you back $39.99.

Via Media Mall

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